@ MattEvanC3 Re: Bunch of nancies
"Its second nature now but that learning curve should not be there and acting like anyone who gets stuck isn't an IT bod is a bit discourteous."
Yes it may have been however, when I see post after post on TECH forums from 'TECH people' saying -
"It took me three weeks to work out how to shut it down!"
"I cant stop the Metro Apps appearing!"
"I cant use it! It's impossible without a Start Button!"
And many more non issues that are quite simply sorted or adjusted then you have to wonder -
1. Have they actually used it?
2. They work in IT but can't handle a simple challenge/find a fix?
3. They didn't think to use Goggle to find out how?
4. Have they no ability to learn a new way of working? Often in work and life we have to learn new stuff we don't like necessarily but we manage and get on with it.
You can see my point surely? It does all look very suspicious, so forgive me and a few others here when we call 'bullsh*t!' on occasion.
These issues should be so very very trivial for virtually everyone here but instead folks are making out it's impossible to work out and just give up.
Do they do this at work when their boss asks for something new? I'd hope not.